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(MSN)   Finally a slideshow that makes sense. 20 Common Safety Hazards. Slide #1: toddlers   (msn.com) divider line
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2021-04-15 5:46:17 AM  
Suspiciously missing: Slideshows causing uncontrollable rage.
 
2021-04-15 5:50:47 AM  
 
2021-04-15 5:53:23 AM  
BEWARE FIERY LINT!!
 
2021-04-15 5:56:02 AM  

Odin's Other Eye: BEWARE FIERY LINT!!


You dried up bint!
 
2021-04-15 5:59:38 AM  
My carbon monoxide detector kept going off. I had to take out the batteries because the constant beeping was giving me a headache.
 
2021-04-15 6:04:00 AM  
Take my advice. Feral rodents don't like being in your pants for any longer than 3 minutes, 17 seconds.
 
2021-04-15 6:04:21 AM  
 Remember kids, lead paint, delicious but deadly !

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 You might remember me from such threads as "Slideshows, they suck" and "Common sense, not so common after all".
 
2021-04-15 6:18:06 AM  
If you hear hissing from a gas line it will be because you've cut the line yourself. Natural gas is incredibly safe if you aren't farking around with  it.
 
2021-04-15 6:23:14 AM  
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2021-04-15 6:25:17 AM  

Ragin' Asian: Take my advice. Feral rodents don't like being in your pants for any longer than 3 minutes, 17 seconds.


Challenge accepted!
 
2021-04-15 6:32:54 AM  
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2021-04-15 6:39:39 AM  
Or as I like to call them, squishy lego.
 
2021-04-15 6:57:36 AM  
I had my first son at 23 and my second at 37.

I was too immature at 23 for children, all of the things I'm constantly worrying about for my 1 year old I never paid much mind to for my older one.

I'm constantly going around the house and seeing everything the boy might get into and it still isn't enough at times. Last night he found a random pencil shaving that went straight to his mouth.
 
2021-04-15 7:26:45 AM  

wild9: I had my first son at 23 and my second at 37.

I was too immature at 23 for children, all of the things I'm constantly worrying about for my 1 year old I never paid much mind to for my older one.

I'm constantly going around the house and seeing everything the boy might get into and it still isn't enough at times. Last night he found a random pencil shaving that went straight to his mouth.


So what if he eats pencil shavings?
 
2021-04-15 7:41:23 AM  

Invincible: wild9: I had my first son at 23 and my second at 37.

I was too immature at 23 for children, all of the things I'm constantly worrying about for my 1 year old I never paid much mind to for my older one.

I'm constantly going around the house and seeing everything the boy might get into and it still isn't enough at times. Last night he found a random pencil shaving that went straight to his mouth.

So what if he eats pencil shavings?


I am terrified of the little man choking on something. Easter was a nightmare because the SO has three kids and between the jelly beans and candy wrappers, I was eagle eyeing every surface.

He is hella good at finding those random bits of clear plastic you never notice hit the floor when you open a package.
 
2021-04-15 8:24:10 AM  
I child-proofed my home. Locked them outside with a protective barrier of asparagus and brussels sprouts.
 
2021-04-15 8:45:23 AM  

wild9: Invincible: wild9: I had my first son at 23 and my second at 37.

I was too immature at 23 for children, all of the things I'm constantly worrying about for my 1 year old I never paid much mind to for my older one.

I'm constantly going around the house and seeing everything the boy might get into and it still isn't enough at times. Last night he found a random pencil shaving that went straight to his mouth.

So what if he eats pencil shavings?

I am terrified of the little man choking on something. Easter was a nightmare because the SO has three kids and between the jelly beans and candy wrappers, I was eagle eyeing every surface.

He is hella good at finding those random bits of clear plastic you never notice hit the floor when you open a package.


Fair. I have 2 myself and probably would have classified pencil shavings as edible but it get the paranoia about choking. My biggest panic was when my mother in law was holding my daughter during fun sum and started feeding her bits of shrimp. She wasn't even on solid food yet.
 
2021-04-15 9:16:27 AM  
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Don't mount your Carbon monoxide alarm on the ceiling.
 
2021-04-15 9:25:46 AM  

Invincible: wild9: Invincible: wild9: I had my first son at 23 and my second at 37.

I was too immature at 23 for children, all of the things I'm constantly worrying about for my 1 year old I never paid much mind to for my older one.

I'm constantly going around the house and seeing everything the boy might get into and it still isn't enough at times. Last night he found a random pencil shaving that went straight to his mouth.

So what if he eats pencil shavings?

I am terrified of the little man choking on something. Easter was a nightmare because the SO has three kids and between the jelly beans and candy wrappers, I was eagle eyeing every surface.

He is hella good at finding those random bits of clear plastic you never notice hit the floor when you open a package.

Fair. I have 2 myself and probably would have classified pencil shavings as edible but it get the paranoia about choking. My biggest panic was when my mother in law was holding my daughter during fun sum and started feeding her bits of shrimp. She wasn't even on solid food yet.


Dim sum. But fun sum sounds marketable... Hmmm.
 
2021-04-15 10:04:43 AM  
I laughed at the ads. That's not a slideshow you want your ads in.
 
2021-04-15 10:50:18 AM  
"Why don't they look?"
 
2021-04-15 10:52:53 AM  
When I think of falls this is the first thing that comes to mind:
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2021-04-15 11:11:59 AM  
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Well that's one way to clean dishes that I never considered!

/A farked up Deslidify is the best way to look at a slideshow
 
2021-04-15 11:16:22 AM  
You clean the garbage cache out of your dishwasher, russ1642?

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2021-04-15 11:22:02 AM  

drogg: My carbon monoxide detector kept going off. I had to take out the batteries because the constant beeping was giving me a headache.


I went crazy trying to figure out which smoke alarm was randomly beeping.  I changed the battery in each of them but the random beeps continued.  I stood under one smoke alarm and eventually I heard a beep to my left, so I stood under the one over there.  A few minutes later I heard a beep to my right.  This went on way too long, and eventually I happened to be walking by the carbon monoxide detector when it beeped.
 
2021-04-15 11:28:16 AM  
tomorrow you will both be dead from carbom nomoxide poisoning omg u guys u cant smell it but ur alarms are going off call the cops cuz u got robbed

/dont ever call the police
 
2021-04-15 12:25:41 PM  
Here's one I bet you didn't think of: credit cards.

No, wait. That was an ad.
 
2021-04-15 2:07:30 PM  

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Your usual exaggeration, eh?

/I don't have a basement
 
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